• […] also took along my Fuji X10, which I kept at close reach inside my front bike bag. I used it quite a bit during the sunset, […]

  • […] a look, so I I loaded up the little Cessna with some extra clothes, food, emergency gear and my Fujifilm X10, which has become my defacto airplane camera. It’s good enough to capture high quality […]

  • […] little camera. If you’ve so much as wandered anywhere near this site, then you already know how much I love the thing. As much as I covet the X100, the zoom and overall pricepoint makes the X10 much more usable for […]

  • […] this one with the Fujifilm X10. In fact, I used the X10 quite a bit on this trip; I kept it slung around one shoulder with my D700 […]

  • Colin Bowles says:

    Thouroughly endorse your comments. Had my X10 since April and love it. Had sensor upgrade fitted by Fuji. Now leave my Pentax and several lenses at home. Have a G9 as a back up. (Almost as good, but have to use extension tube to fit filters.)

    Have had a special two stage stepping ring made by SRB Griturn that allows me to use my 49mm filters (from Pentax), and also w/a Bower 0.45x supplementary lens – although latter does vignette at less than 35mm, and also barrels a little. However, nothing that Photoshop can’t correct.

  • […] camera that looked just like a real camera. They followed up with its little brother, the X10, and you know how much I love that one. Then came the 16MP interchangeable lens X-Pro 1, which rivals full frame sensors in terms of image […]

  • […] the this camera. I’m impressed at how well the image held up at a size of 4 by 6 feet. In my reviews of the X10, I often hold that it’s good enough for pro work, and this print is a testament to how good […]

  • Annika says:

    Hi Dan,
    Great reviews. I’m about to buy the X-10 and I wonder if it is capable of doing multiple exposure (double exposure) like many Fuji cameras? The X-F1 does it for sure according to the website. Maybe they could add it with new firmware?

  • Dan Bailey says:

    Annika, not that I know of. Perhaps that feature will be added in a future update.

  • Hendrik says:

    Do you have a special bag and/or sling for using the X10 while skiing or hiking?

  • Dan Bailey says:

    Hendrik, mostly I just keep it slung around my neck/shoulder by the strap. I also have the leather X10 case for times when I want to transport it by throwing it into a pack or duffle bag, but other than that, I don’t have any particular bag that I use when I’m carrying it in the outdoors. For biking, I’ll sometimes stash it in the handlebar or frame bag, and for hiking and skiing, I suspect that it would fit in any small waist or chest pouch.

  • […] kind of a frustrating focal length. It’s just not not wide enough for me. One of the reasons I love X10 is that it also goes 28mm on the wide […]

  • […] year, I wrote a post called 10 Things I Love About The X10. Everything I said back then applies to the X20. Overall, I think that Fujifilm did a great job […]

  • […] If you’ve read my blog before then you know how much I love the Fujifilm X10. […]

  • DAVE pao says:

    I’ve been reading loads of x10 and x100 reviews recently – and many are very, very good. But yours, here… Brilliant. Thank you very much.

  • Robert Brockmann says:

    Dan, I absolutely subscribe everything you say about the X10. Still madly in love with the little camera after almost a year. Made me rediscover photography. I harldy ever leave it at home. I made a print 1m x 70cm that you would be hard pressed to distinguish it from one made from an APS-C sensor. Cheers from Bolivia, where I live.

  • Craig says:

    Point 8 is amazing.

  • […] I have photographed action with the X20. I’ve used it for everything, and I find it to be an incredible versatile little camera. It even has an optical viewfinder, which I love way more than any EVF, so I actually shoot quit a bit while actually looking through the camera. I don’t need to gush about it here, you already know how much I love this little camera. […]

  • […] until now, I haven’t been a very big fan of EVFs. (Another reason I LOVE the optical viewfinder on the X20.) I just like the intrinsic nature of looking directly at my subject through the lens instead of […]

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